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Sep 7, 2010 10:30pm PDT
question how we craft public policy, set community priorities and make personal decisions. joining us to talk about what texans will have to consider in taking action to make healthcare affordable we have four panelists, lovell jones is director of the center for research on minority health at md anderson cancer center. paul keckley is the executive director of the deloitte center for health solutions the healthcare research arm of deloitte llp. pauline rosenau is the professor of management policy and community health at the texas school of health and andrew von eschenbach is director, senior director for strategic initiatives at the center for health transforms. great to have you all with us. we have to start a discussion like with some definitions what does it mean for consumers of healthcare that it is affordable? >> we serve thousands of consumers. and when we ask that question, they think in terms of what it prevents them from purchasing otherwise. it's always framed in the context of their out-of-pocket expenses, not their total cost. and it's always relative to other things that
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